Western scientists believe that Dermatoglyphics is the DNA genes in the human body that reflected in appearance. Although everyone is different prints, but certain patterns can be found in our prints. Skin begins to develop in the embryo in the 13th week, and it is formed in the 19th week. It is closely related to the infant’s brain development. The distribution of prints is considered to represent brain cells’ proportion and distribution in each of the brain lobes.
In the nineteenth century, British eugenicist Galton (Sir Francis Galton), had collected many human fingerprints and identify various lines of statistical frequency. He was the first person who proposed that there is a connection between human prints and genetics. In the 1930s, U.S. scholars began to use prints to identify whether a newborn has down syndrome and other potential mental illnesses. Until now, foreign scholars claim that they understand enough of human prints to judge the potential of human brain.
1. For Toddlers (Age 1-4)
Understand their inborn characteristic (curious, aggressive, rebellious, persistent and etc.)
Understand and develop an effective way to interact with your child based on their inborn communication style
Understand and develop an effective interaction method with your child
Eliminate the ‘trial and error’ situations with identifying and nurturing talents.
2. For Children (age 4-12)
Gives clear picture of multiple intelligence and learning styles of your child to help you understand strength and weaknesses of your child.
Offers specific suggestions for improvement and tips for parents suggesting number of activities to groom your child.
Can develop multiple intelligence of your child on your own and save your time and money to be spent on type of education and parenting aid, actually not required.
Better understanding and acceptance of strength and weaknesses of child helps strengthen relationship amongst Parents and child.
Reduces clashes in adolescence years.
If worked as per suggestive tips one can turn weaknesses in to strength and excel in preferred career path.
3. For Teenagers & Young Adults (age 12-25)
Understand your natural character traits
Discover your own abilities and choose right career path.
Identify and develop your core competencies.
Identify the most suitable learning and leadership styles.
Rekindle your passion for living and revive dreams from the past
Invest wisely in suitable self-development programs
Plan ahead to achieve your goals and live your dreams.
4. For Adult (age 25+)
Understanding nature and strength and weaknesses of other person helps choosing right and compatible spouse to have healthy family life in future.
Understanding and acceptance of strength and weaknesses of your spouse helps improving healthy bonding and remove causes for differences.
Boosts confidence and trust in each other.
Helps enjoying and growing together by supporting each other.
Broken family is a major influencing factor on the health of society. Effective use of this report is helpful in reducing number of heart breaks and broken relationships.